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ACHM105-Mills - Chemistry in Society ACHM 105 Fall 2011(4...

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1 Chemistry in Society ACHM 105 Fall 2011 (4 credits) Instructor: Dr. Gary Mills e-mail: [email protected] phone: (803) 725-5368 (work -day) (803) 270-3163 (cell) Office : Room 305 Science Building Office hours: You can contact me by e-mail, call my work number during the day, or my cell # (best between 8 to 10 PM). Since I work at the University of Georgia s Savannah River Ecology Lab at the SRS, I will generally be available for meetings only in the late afternoon ( 4-6 pm) or evening after class. In some cases, I may be able to meet with you early in the morning (i.e., 8-9 am). Please make an appointment. Text: Chemistry in Context: Applying Chemistry to Society (6 th edition) Lab Manual: Chemistry in Context: Applying Chemistry to Society (custom USCA edition) Class handouts & Powerpoint lecture slides will be available on Blackboard. Recommended: Basic calculator IMPORTANT - YOU CANNOT USE A CELL PHONE OR ELECTRONIC STORAGE DEVICE (E.G., Ipod FOR CALCULATIONS DURING TESTS. It is the instructor s right to remove from the classroom any student who disrupts or disturbs the proceeding of the class. Disruption of the class includes but is not limited to the use of any portable electronic devices, including cell phones, MP3 players; iPods, etc. unless prior approval has been given to a student or unless required for the course. In extreme cases the faculty member can request assistance from University Police. If the student who has been ejected causes similar disturbances in subsequent meetings of the class, he/she may be denied admittance to the class for the remainder of the semester and assigned a grade of F. Course Objective: The primary purpose of this course is to offer you an understanding of how chemistry affects your everyday life. In addition, you will learn many of the fundamental principles and some of the vocabulary of chemistry. Successful completion of this course will provide you with a basic understanding of the many ways chemistry affects your life as well as a basis for evaluating the pros and cons of both personal and societal choices regarding issues significantly impacted by chemistry.
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